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  • Chong, Joan (University of Hawaii, 2006-08)
    Young people aged 5–19 are about 25 percent of the U.S. population. They can be active participants in school and community activities, especially if they receive mentoring and encouragement from adults.
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Information sheet giving highlights of several characteristics of creative people and suggested ways to develop creativity.
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    A growing body of international research shows us that fathers the world over are important and effective parents.
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-07)
    Discipline is effective when parents teach children self-control and other skills needed to develop successful relationships in the world. Through effective discipline, parents guide their child through the difficulties ...
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-04)
    Youth today are at risk because of a host of family, personality, and situational factors. Most adolescents face the stresses of rapid developmental changes and challenging life events constructively. But significant numbers ...
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Because we adults are not attuned to the sounds of infant crying, it can be very upsetting to deal with an infant who cries often. With care and patience, infants pass quickly through the crying phase into words that can ...
  • Cox, Linda J (University of Hawaii, 1999-12)
    Just like any group, families can use meetings to get their “work” done. Having a good meeting will also help bring the family closer together. This brochure gives some tips on how your family can have successful meetings.
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-07)
    There are probably more myths about older people and aging than there are about any other stage of people’s lives. These myths are perpetuated by television programs, magazines, newspapers, and all parts of our society. ...
  • Chong, Joan; Keala, D Kaulana; Yoshino, Rhoda; Young, Jean (University of Hawaii, 2005-09)
    As the holiday season approaches, we should all pause to think about personal safety. Unfortunately, the holiday time of year also has the highest crime rates, with theft at the top of the list. Don’t let CRIME spoil your holiday!
  • Cox, Linda J (University of Hawaii, 1999-12)
    Change affects families in many ways. Planning is the first step in helping your family cope with change. Future change will be easier if your family has a plan to serve as a road-map to a positive future.
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Information sheet for selecting toys for children.
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-04)
    Self-esteem is a person’s understanding of how valuable he or she is in the world. Many family scientists consider self-esteem to be the single most important factor in shaping a person’s life. Self-esteem is a family ...
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-07)
    It is a small miracle that strong families exist today. They get little positive attention in the media and little support from our society. Family researchers have established some criteria for identifying strong families. ...
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Anger is a basic human emotion that is manifested early in infancy and continues throughout the life span. Anger is a normal reaction to frustration, fear, or other stress. There are ways to prevent tantrums, and there ...
  • Llngren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-04)
    The period of life between 12 and 18 is characterized by rapid physical growth, emotional ups and downs, and the need to learn adult behaviors. For many young people, though, life is a painful struggle, with mixed messages ...

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